Gut health has often been linked to overall health and well-being on a broader scale but a recent study explores the specific relationship between our gut microbiome and sleeping patterns.
In a recent study led by researchers at the University of Chicago Illinois, they found that poor sleep can lead to disruptions and changes in the microbiome in animals.
The researchers also suggest "targeted probiotics" may help mitigate the hypertension caused by poor sleep.
Doctor's Biome uses 15 scientifically-backed strains of probiotics targeted to help rebalance your gut microbiome, strengthen your immunity, promotes normal digestions, and enhances metabolism of nutrients and vitamins.
We all wish we could get 7-8 hours of perfect sleep every night, but we aren’t going to kid ourselves, that is almost impossible. For years articles have been published and health experts have been telling us about all the potential health issues associated with poor sleep, well unfortunately they may have found another one.
A lot more research needs to be done in this area of course, which could be said for the entire field surrounding the gut and microbiome. However, one thing that is increasingly becoming clearer is maintaining a healthy, well-balanced gut microbiome is tantamount to overall physical and mental health and wellness.
Just like the field of microbiome we have a lot of research to do on Doctor’s Biome to learn exactly how our probiotics benefit your gut health and how it can help people. So far, we have received a lot positive feedback and encouragement from customers explaining how Doctor's Biome helps them with a wide range of ailments.
If you haven’t yet tried, see how Doctor’s Biome can help you feel better today!